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moe. Live at New World Records on 1996-11-13

by moe.



One Set: (1:16:15)

01. intro
02. That Country Tune
03. She Sends Me
04. Moth
05. Buster>
06. St. Augustine
07. Salt Creek
08. Johnny Lineup
09. Bring You Down
10. Seat Of My Pants
11. Time Again
12. Nebraska
13. Threw It All Away


Collection moe
Band/Artist moe.
Date November 13, 1996
Venue New World Records
Location Buffalo, NY

Source Sennheiser MKE 2002 > Tascam DA-P1 (M) (44.1 khz) mounted on a ~3ft stand onstage DFC right in front of the band (no stage played on floor level)
Lineage Sony PCM-2600(Apogee AES/EBU)>Sound Devices 722 (16/44.1)> Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, track)> xACT 2.20(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped by Joel Gershon & Lenny Stubbe
Transferred by Lenny Stubbe


Notes

Notes:
- Salt Creek is first time played, outside of a brief tease in 32 Things on 5/5/96 in Syracuse
- Some Salt Creek teasing in the intro and right before That Country Tune
- This is the first time my Master DAT of this show has been transferred and circulated lossless online. The previous transfer available in SHN on the Live Music Archive is from a multiple gen clone
- This is only audience to circulate as of the posting date. Not sure if the band recorded the show as I don't recall Brendan O'Neill, moe.'s sound engineer at the time running anything. Vocals were un-amplified
- This was a special in-store acoustic performance to promote the bands new release No Doy as they made their way back from Ohio to wrap up the fall tour in Western/Central NY, and Ontario Canada. Might have been approximately 30-40 people filled in the small New World Records on Elmwood Ave., on the West side of Buffalo this night. al's "surprise" shout before Moth is because of a couple customers walking in to see the band set up with a bunch of people inside the front door!
- This was drummer Chris Mazur's last week with the band
- autographed j-card picture included with the fileset
- This is dedicated to my friend Joel Gershon (d.1997 RIP), who was a early moe. taper around Buffalo at a time when he was often the only taper at shows

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